• "What's the deal with Viagra after the patent runs out?"

    Question:

    Now the patent has expired on Viagra, what does that mean in practical terms. I’ve heard it’s going to be cheaper and more available but am still paying the same price when I pay for it at my pharmacist. Do I still need a prescription to buy it and how can you tell what’s a reputable generic version of Viagra and what’s a dangerous internet knock off?


    Answer:

    I’ve had lots of questions about this so you’re not alone in feeling confused as to what will happen. You still need a prescription from your GP to buy sildenafil (the chemical name) because it’s dangerous to take it without having a health check first. But the pharmacist may now offer a choice between branded Viagra tablets or a generic ‘home brand’ version. The generic brand will be cheaper though possibly with less strict quality controls in place. You can buy online safely but only from websites like drthom.com which are attached to reputable pharmacies. Avoid buying it online otherwise because tablets are often cut with substances like rat poison.

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